City College Norwich has celebrated the success of its first 8 trainees to complete the 8-week BBC Make It Digital traineeship. The young people were presented with certificates by BBC Look East presenter Susie Fowler-Watt at an event held at MINT in The Forum.
The new traineeship has been…Continue
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Healthcare students at Cambridge Regional College have won a national business competition with a bright idea for solving communication problems for those who find it difficult to express their emotions and needs.Continue
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At a London conference, education professionals from maintained and private schools heard how businesses are directly influencing sixth form education provision by mixing workplace skills development with academic and vocational qualifications, through the International Baccalaureate’s (IB) Career-related Programme (CP), to create new routes into careers in the financial sector.
Speakers from M&G Investments and the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment (CISI)…Continue
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Students from the Prince’ s Trust Team Programme at Waltham Forest College shared their personal journey with staff, friends and family during the end of term presentation recently held at the Forest Road site.
NEET is the government term for those young people who are "not in education, employment, or training". Students participate in the 12 weeks programme to help support and prepare them for further…Continue
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Former King Edward VI College student Matt Sedgley, from Bedworth, has won best Music Video 2015 and Overall Winner 2015 at the WJEC Moving Images Awards held in London last week.
Studying Film, Media and Photography A levels at the college Matt was encouraged to enter the awards by his Film Studies teacher. There were over 700 entries in total with over 120 in the best music video 2015 category.…Continue
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Young talent, Syeda Bukhari has landed a dream job with the National Theatre London, as an Apprentice Prop Maker. Syeda studied the BTEC Level 3 in Art & Design atWaltham Forest College and set her future ambition on being employed in the Creative Arts Industry.
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Outdoor cooking, fitness trails, manicures and web development were on the timetable at Cambridge Regional College when students turned instructor to teach each other the skills they have learned.Continue
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As 2015 starts to draw to a close, the team at Alliance Learning – one of the North West’s largest independent training providers – are reflecting on what has been a challenging but rewarding year and looking forward to hitting a milestone anniversary in 2016.
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Cardiff and Vale College showcased the hard work and success of its learners with a glittering award evening in its new City Centre Campus.
It is the first time that the College’s Annual Awards Evening has been held actually in the College. The lavish ceremony took place in CAVC’s £45m new City…Continue
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Teenagers on a National Citizen Service programme put on their walking boots to help children in care, raising more than £800 to make their Christmas special.Continue
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A free training day at University Campus Scarborough proved a real winner with an enthusiastic team coming together to help make physical activity and sport accessible to more people.
The day-long event on 27 November gave those who took part a fun, hands-on introduction…Continue
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For many years now there has been “Diversity” on the lips of a significant number of organisations across the UK, but more importantly the “Gender pay gap”. There have been many arguments from both genders to try and justify the reasons why; this is the 21st century, there should no belief that men are better than women at certain roles, over the years this has diminished and the days for excuses are over. It’s time to focus on building a bridge and closing the gap, increasing our economy…Continue
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Accompanied by teachers, Caroline Ryder and Penny McShee, Monday, 7 December saw childcare, health and social care and public services students at Stanmore College attend theatre group AlterEgo’s innovative and powerful production, Chelsea’s Choice, in the main hall at the College.
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Active Informatics are delighted to announce that Lincoln College has chosen Connect Employer Engagement as their Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system to support their Business Development department.
With three sites, Lincoln College is the largest educational institution in Lincolnshire, with around 9,000 students of whom over 3,000 are full-time. Lincoln College was rated Outstanding by Ofsted in 2011.
‘We approached Active as we were looking to engage a new…Continue
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The tracking and administration of Lesson Observations (and their Action Points) can easily be a real Time Bandit without the use of a shared observation tracking system.
Observation Manager from Teaching + Learning will free up time for other activities and also help with staff engagement in the process. In summary the software is…Continue
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Outstanding volunteer Andrew Robb has been named the Cambridge News Community Volunteer of the Year in the 2015 Living Sport awards.Continue
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Generous staff and young people at an Oldbury training company are playing Santa by proving it’s ‘nice to be nice’ in a month-long series of random acts of kindness.
They are dishing out thousands of pounds in Christmas gifts and cash to shoppers on the street, charities and…Continue
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Newly-qualified teachers celebrated their success at Cambridge Regional College with a graduation ceremony to mark their achievement.Continue
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